July 17, 2018

8 children among those roasted to death in Caracas club inferno

By Dennis Adonis From Guyana Guardian (Guyana Guardian) – Venezuela’s Interior Minister Nestor Reverol has confirmed that eight minors were among the 17 people who were roasted to death in the “Los Cotorros” club fire, which occurred during a school-closing celebratory party in central Caracas several hours ago. In an email exchange with the Guyana Guardian last […]

Local heroes helping animals in hurricane-ravaged Caribbean

By Brian J. Lowney, From South Coast Today As residents of the Caribbean islands of Antigua and Barbuda struggle desperately to rebuild their lives in the aftermath of Hurricanes Irma and Maria, a small group of islanders is trying to care for thousands of starving and sick animals and also working to curb the escalating […]

Yet another mood-boosting reason to visit the Caribbean – A beach filled with puppies

By TAMIM ALNUWEIR Good Travel From Well and Good Among the endless number of reasons that the Caribbean might be desirable travel destination—the sun, the beaches, the crystal-blue oceans that conjurede-stressing selenite crystal vibes—spending your day with toes in the sandwhile hanging out with cuddly pups probably hasn’t even crossed your mind (though maybe your […]

The Caribbean region offers a prime location for Business Process Outsourcing Services

Bridgetown, BARBADOS, October 17, 2017. The global market for business process outsouring (BPO) is currently valued at USD $1 trillion with cross-border outsourced services trade between countries estimated at US$88.9 billion per year in 2015. The Caribbean is carving out its niche within this global industry with the number of BPO operators and jobs growing […]

Grenada: PM confident of victory in upcoming general election Caribbean News

From Caribbean News Service ST GEORGE’S, Grenada, Jul 12 2017 – Prime Minister Dr Keith Mitchell says he is confident that the ruling New National Party (NNP) will be returned to power in the upcoming general election. Mitchell, who is also the current chairman of the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) urged Grenadians to return the […]

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Cayman Islands neighbourhood policing department reminds public to secure vehicles From RCIPS The RCIPS Neighbourhood Policing Department (NPD) would like to remind the public to lock and secure its vehicles, even when leaving the car for only brief periods. Since the beginning of August the RCIPS has noted a number of opportunistic thefts from cars, […]

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Cayman Islands: Jeremy Ebanks has been appointed General Manager of Tortuga Rum Company Ltd The company’s founders Robert and Carlene Hamaty made the announcement. Mr. Hamaty stated, “We are proud to introduce Jeremy as our General Manager; he is already familiar with our business and brings many years of experience and knowledge. He will assist […]

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Cayman Islands economic zone board gets new chairman Lawyer James Bergstrom has been named to chair the authority that oversees operations of the Cayman Islands Special Economic Zone and its registered companies. Bergstrom takes over from David Kirkaldy left the post in 2015. Board member, Glen Daykin, acted as chairman until this recent appointment. He […]

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Cayman Islands coach arrested in Miami. Wanted here for sex crime Extradition proceedings have begun by the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service to have a sports coach brought back to the Cayman Islands to face allegations of indecent assault with at least one teenage girl he was coaching. The coach is a US citizen and […]

Cayman Islands Humane Society: Nero & Reno want a home

From Cayman Islands Humane Society NERO Nero is looking for his forever home. He was surrendered to us a week ago and has been in hospital ever since. This poorly boy wasn’t eating and it wasn’t clear why until he had surgery. His hookworm infestation was so bad that it had caused his intestines to twist […]